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Would you let people graffiti on your wall?

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Young Artists showing how graffiti can be used

We all have seen the shoddy tagging which leads to hours of clean up. However, there are some great art work on walls in the city. Would you let people graffiti on your wall attract more customers to your business?

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Absolutely, I love art of any kind.
If it was some one good, most definitely. A friend and I tried to get Linz to do something on her wall, but apparently it wasn't the right kind of wall...:(
If they are good yes. And, if the council allows it...which is another question. I think most graffiti work is pretty good!
Yes if they are good but not if they are bad.
Sure if they do a good job and come up with the type of design that will attract more customers.
If there was a vision behind it and they were excellent, sure. Otherwise no.
Yes if it was done professionally and tastefully on an otherwise dull wall. This art can look amazing.
No I would not.
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